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The FBI memo of interviews with Igor Danchenko sheds light on the sourcing for the Steele dossier. But it also provides contradictions about the involvement of Sergei Millian, who was reported to be a key dossier source. dailycaller.com/2020/07/29/ser…
Millian was identified by WSJ and ABC News on Jan. 24, 2017 as a key source for the dossier's most explosive claims (the pee tape, etc.). That happened to be the same day that Danchenko met the FBI.
The question: why was Millian identified early on but not Danchenko or others?
The main inconsistency is that Steele told the FBI and *someone* told the media that Millian was a source for the pee tape claim. But Danchenko told the FBI he isn't even sure if he spoke w/ Millian, and if he did, it was a month after Steele wrote the pee tape memo.
NYT appears unwilling to own up to the mistake in its reporting that Trump was not briefed about the Russia-Taliban intel. And none of the 1,000 media crit journalists out there seem willing to call it out.
NYT also never explained this one, which even Comey said was inaccurate. And we know it to be inaccurate now based on the special counsel and IG findings. nytimes.com/2017/02/14/us/…
The tweet above shows the exact strategy behind the non-sensical "Defund the Police" slogan. People who criticize the slogan on a logical basis are accused of being racist by people who themselves admit the slogan is not to be taken literally.